Steve I think you would be most like Steve Bull… the reasons… legendary status… prolific… loves Wolverhampton and hits the target ever time!
Come on England!!!!!!!!
Jimmy Greaves – he had such creative flare in the box and could always conjure something up from nothing!
I reckon Steve’s favorite footballer is Leônidas da Silva inventor of the bicycle kick. Because he thought outside the box as does Steve!
I think Steve would be Cristiano Ronaldo – They both have plenty of style and creative flair.
Nobby Stiles – because he is jealous of his glasses!
Steve would be Stanley Matthews, his pace, dribbling skills and incomparable ability to cross he ball made him the most adored footballer ever and he adored football more than any man. He was dedicated to his craft. Just like Steve, change dribbling for scribbling, team work for crossing the ball and Steve’s dedicated to his craft.
Steve i think you are most like Sir Bobby Charlton, because of his attacking instincts & his ferocious long-range shots which helped lead his team to many victories
Come on England!
Steve, it would have to be Vinnie Jones.
Not because you make people cry, not because you’re the size of a small car. But because I couldn’t think of anyone else who would go…
“Football… you know what, I could make a film career out of this”
Steve would be Lionel Messi, he keep control of the ball when dribbling at speed. He has also been described as a versatile team player, with good vision, known for his passing and his creative combinations same as Steve Edge.
Steve (as a footballer) would be Bobby Moore. Both East Londoners, leaders, dandies, doers, blondes and big game players.
shared his infinite enjoyment of the game as he wiggled his hips in sheer delight!
Paul Gascoigne – because they are both as daft as a brush !
I recon he’s got a touch of the Kevin Keegans about him
I was torn between Stanley Matthews and Paul Merson both because of their excellent dribbling abilities. Johan Cruyff also springs to mind as he was so visionary.
A dribbling visionary???
George Best got to be as one of the best wingers of all time. Why because his successes for Manchester United you will play like never before:)
Roberto Falcao 1982 Brazil squad. He did Xmas tips for a little known 1979 “Falcao’s Weekly Wisdom” cable TV show.
I’m thinking Pele – if you’re going to do something, might as well be the best!
Charlie George because he was an icon just like Steve xx
Eric Cantona- poetry in motion!
Rodney Marsh immediately sprung to mind
Unconventional character, didn’t conform, had his own style, hugely talented, did the unexpected, enjoyed life to the full.
Entertained me and thousands of others and brought the game from black and white to colour!